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for reconstruction. >>> the government wants to know who killed one of montana's largest grizzly bear. u.s. fish and wildlife said they are offering a substantial reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot the bear. the carcass of the grizzly was found on a ranch in northern montana. the bear, maximus weighed in at 800 pounds and stood nearly 7 1/2 feet tall. >>> we'll check in with reynolds for the forecast. >> although bill is moving away, the storm will create rip currents along the coast, main coast, virginia beach and carolinas. you need to watch for that danger. as the storm moves on we'll see a chance of scattered showers forming across parts of the northeast to the lakes of new york as far south as, say, pennsylvania back into portions of the carolinas. may deal with raindrops. same story in parts of florida. on i-95 corridor, i-55. nice and cool across much of the southeast. at least cooler than we normally get in places like atlanta and birmingham this time of year. relatively dry across the midsection. a chance of scattered showers, maybe thunderst
-election at all. his polls are way down out in montana and this is a somewhat embattled figure within washington. this is someone that a lot of democrats just don't trust. a lot of republicans don't trust and -- >> why don't they trust him? why don't they trust him? is it because he doesn't -- i mean, does he go back on his word or is he just a guy who doesn't play sides? >> i think he's a guy -- i think probably more the latter. i think, you know, he was for the bush tax cuts in 2001. he had to deal with chuck grassley last year and then he sort of turned around and supported the democrats on a key medicare bill last summer. he does sort of play both sides of the fence which i guess is smart if you want to get re-elected every six years in montana but, again, he seemed shell-shocked by the whole situation now. i saw him in a town hall meeting. he was actually surrounded by youtubes as he called him, which i think he meant cameras. no, it's true. there are even people with youtubes in the audience and i was like, whoa. he said i think i meant cameras but, anyway, i put it in my story. it went vi
forecast: showers and thunderstorms from the dakotas and montana. isolated showers and thunderstorms from new york to new england. scattered showers from d.c. to north carolina. >> a seasonable 78 in boston, 86 in new york and 84 in baltimore. 80s across most of the midwest. 103 in phoenix and 84 in albuquerque. seattle gets up to 76 and portland is 82. >> it may be tough to find a needle in a haystack but a woman in germany found an offer she could not refuse. >> her boyfriend used 150 bales of hay to propose. it was a six-hour labor of love to spell out those words and of course it was in german. each bale of hay ways more than 600 pounds and each letter was nearly 12 feet high. >> the groom to be got down on his knee and proposed the old fashioned way first. when she said yes, he threw open the shutters to reveal his creation. i was reading them and said that doesn't say. >> it took me a second. that is not english i don't think. >> now we know. >> we'll be right back. ♪ love and marriage, love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage ♪ >> bad news for seni citizens. they
virginia, montana avenues. authorities head there. trip to the wilson bridge looking good so far. back to you. >> thank you, jerry. >> thanks. >> amtrak hopes to entice you to ride the rails. they're offering discount fares through december. prices for one-way tickets in the northeast are slashed by 25%. that means y can get away to philly, new york or boston for as little as 66 bucks round trip. amtrak says so far the promotion has been a success. that's why they're extending it. >> plus, news for your health this morning. is it the facial fountain of youth? technology that promises to get rid of wrinkles naturally. the secret ingredient, the procedure uses a patient's own blood. the procedure is called cell fill. here's how it works. doctors draw some blood, then use a patented process to turn it into a special product. hmm. wonder what that is. that product is then injected into the treatment area. it's billed as the next t best thing to a face lift with no side effects. i guess no stitches. >> over the course of eight weeks, develop new collagen and growth of blood vessels and real
in the rockies could trigger flash flooding from idaho to new mexico. showers in the dakotas and montana. isolate the showers and thunderstorms in new york and new england. and from d.c. to north carolina. thunderstorms in fla,orid a and triple digits in south texas. or >> it will be shy of 100 in dallas today. 88 in new orleans. and 91 in miami. a high of 78 in boston and 80s from n y aork totlanta. 80s also across most of the midwest. seasonable 76 in seattle, 87 in boise and 103 in phoenix. >>> coming up this morning a major developing story from overseas. wildfires burning across greece threatening some of humanity's most historic sites. a live report from athens. >>> plus, one of the most rare plays in baseball, turns into a game-winner. >> he makes the tag. k and about lipitor. >>> stocks are soaring overseas this morning after wall street finished last week at its highest leffell since november. markets were boosted after fed chairman ben bernanke said the economy is on the verge of recovery. tokyo's nikkei average surged nearly.5%. hong kong's hang seng is sharply higher. in london the ft
rains with flash flooding across much of the rockies. showers in the dakotas and montana. isolated showers and thrms from dc to north carolina. triple digits in parts of southern texas. >> dallas hovers just under a hundred today, 8 in new orleans, 91 in miami, 80s from new york to atlanta. it's 76 in seattle, 87 in boise and 83 in colorado springs. >> well, they had a rockin' good time in louisiana hoping to pick their way into the record books. >> like this. hunls strummed their hearts out at the international guitar festival this weekend. >> their official tally was 875 people. impressive but far short of the 1,800 people who set the record in germany two years ago. now i want to so the record for that kind of picking, too. >> i bet there is one. we'll be right back with more "world news now." ♪ kruse: if you have a hard time walking and getting around in your house, you need a hoveround power chair. you'll be able to go to the mall... play with the grandkids... visit family and friends... and do all the things you ralways loved to do. tom kruse: i'm tom kruse, pinventor of th
. thank you very much. jane: white tail montana, population 71. about three people crossed the border to canada here every day. so why did they just get $15 million in stimulus money, your tax dollars? politics at play? and it is only a test, but an important one. the first test of a rocket lying there on its side jane: when president obama announced that stimulus package, he said he was basically banning politicians from using earmarked to pay for pet projects. senator $20 million -- $700 million were spent on border crossings. the associated press has discovered that low purdy checkpoints were chosen even though they work on bottom of the list. white tail, montana, will get $50 million to build a new border station. the town has a population of 71 and about three travelers a day cross the border here. so why the new station? janet napolitano was pressure to dump this project up. they say that senator tester boasted about this project, using his influence. 4200 trucks a day, rated among the highest priority, yes this was passed over for stimulus money. how did this happen? >> they we
. the ones in montana on friday night, they were given away in montana in the local area, so they don't select only supporters of the president, and if you're an opponent of the president, we've seen a couple of them who don't agree with his plans on health care reform, you can get into these forums as well. >> don't think you can get in his face. paul steinhauser, we'll see you again. >>> with the president going to yellowstone and the grand con on, our national park are in the spotlight but they need a face lift. here's how stimulus money is helping out. >>> education is more important than others but at some black colleges the money crunch can put dreams of higher education in jeopardy. mbers. but how close are you to your goals? there may be more you can do. only caduet combines two proven medicines... in a single pill to significantly lower... high blood pressure and high cholesterol. in a clinical study of patients... with slightly elevated blood pressure and cholesterol, caduet helped 48% reach both goals in just 4 weeks. caduet is one of many treatment options, in addition to
deep in a trout stream in montana, as well. amin, are we reading too much of the body language here? is. >> clearly, bernanke was a bush appointee. obama was not expected early on to reappoint him, but his performance and popularity on wall street really drove the president's decision mere. and we're getting a little bit more detail on how this all went down. i'm told by an administration source they actually decided a couple weeks ago to do this in late august, and that the president offered this job to ben bernanke just the president, tim geithner and bernanke in the white house together on wednesday last week at about 8:00 p.m. at night. so they have known for a little while they were going to do it. and my question is why the head fake when they told us they weren't going to make any news yesterday. >> and is that because conspiracy theorist in me says maybe that's because the deficit numbers were going to come out today, as well, and maybe that really -- this event pushes that aside and people weren't necessarily focused on the $9 trillion deficit. >> yeah, you've got to get out yo
northeast, look out for the broken down vehicle inbound new york avenue at west virginia and montana avenues. pretty quiet but picking up volume quickly along i-270. back to you. >> thank you very much. school day, school days, good old golden rule days. they are here again for thousands of students in our area, and this morning it's time for kids in montgomery county to get up and head back to class. news 4's tracee wilkins joins you live from quince orchard high school with more on what to expect this year. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are going to be talking live in jus a second with dr. jerry weast who is the superintendent of the montgomery county school system. just to give you a little background here, now montgomery county schools, they are the 16th largest in the nation. when he arrived 11 years ago, they were number 18. so they have grown significantly, and the population has also changed with that growth. during all of these changes, montgomery county has stayed at the top of the list across the nation for improvement and they're breaking more records and they're ha
. they were polite and well mannered. >> reporter: she says they were huge fans of hannah montana. jaycee wanted to be a model. always clean and well dressed. no hint of the tragic reality. investigators have expanding the crime scene at garrido's home, bringing in cadaver dogs to search the property next door. they're looking at whether he could be connected to a string of murders. >> what we also know is garrido had access to the property. used the property and looks like he lived on the property in the shed. >> reporter: as we scoured the hometown looking for clues, we found this in a hardware store. the name phil g. on a donation card. he bought a pressure switch and laeft $2 donation to the children's miracle network. and what is amazing is we have talked to people throughout the weekend here. it is just how openly garrido seemed to live, especially with the two daughters. we have heard countless stories of him seen around town with his two daughters in tow. >> so basically hiding in plain view. refresh the viewers. how were they ultimately found out? how did police ultimately realiz
on a young girl like you. and your character, hannah montana, you're going into your fourth season now. a lot of people still see you in that disney, clean-cut image. >> yeah. >> is it hard for you to kind of outgrow that and go past that? >> yeah, you know, i always want to, you know, be known -- it's not necessarily, i don't think it's like perfect girl, but it's someone that is hopefully, you know, inspiring other people, and that's what i want more than anything. i'm not here to say i'm perfect, because i'm far from that. as we all are. and i'm here to, you know, my mistakes are kind of a little harder because they are in front of millions of people, but i get to go through that and i get to learn. you know, it's hard sometimes to smile about it because half of the time it does suck having to go through that, but it also makes you want to try harder the next time when i know little girls look at me and say i'm their hero. >> do you like being a role model to them? and do you feel you're judged unfairly sometimes? >> sometimes i -- you know, it's kind of like going into this business, i th
hampshire this week, in montana, in colorado, and he's taking a bit of a vacation here, but make no mistake about it, the president's plan right now to get everything he wants is in serious doubt and he's out there trying to turn public opinion his way. >> all right, john, help break it down for us. what, specifically, part of the plan seems to be drawing the greatest resistance right now? >> what is the public option qup they want to have a government-run health care plan, where you wouldn't necessarily have to take your health care from the government. there would be a menu of options available to you. some would private hmos or other public options, but there would be a government-run plan. it's very hard to sell. the conservative critics believe it would be the beginning of a federal takeover, but even conservative democrats in places where the president has been traveling say, i don't think so. this is too much reach for the government. so one compromise on the table is some kind of a regional co-op plan. and the president said yesterday something quite interesting. he said, we can't j
president obama said at a town hall meeting in montana. >> every time we are in sight of health insurance reform, the special interest fight back with everything they have and their political allies try to scare the heck out of everybody. it happened in '93. it is happening now. >> groups that have an interest in blocking reform. big pharmaceutical companies. is there anything in reform bills about lowering the cost of prescription drugs. >> the pharmaceutical industry not a party to the 1993, 1994 evident, they want coverage for everyone and co-pays to be reasonable. and pessimist or skeptic will say a huge group of people can buy their drugs. >> new customers. >> they have agreed to cut $80 billion out of their costs -- >> over ten years. >> they are spending $150 million in advertising to push reform. robert reich smells a rat. they wouldn't do it if it wasn't good for their industry. why doesn't medicare do a system like the va where they negotiate for the price of drugs? >> i was at the agency that is a nonnegotiatable item. the pharmaceutical industry has managed to keep that at bay
. that will vary from region to region. you may need different guidelines in rural montana compared to a clinic in new york. and a mandate would, in that bill local level. cdc officials do not believe it will get to the point where you will need a doctor's note to be vaccinated. trace: thank you. when kathleen sebelius comes to the microphone, we will bring that news to do. foxnews.com. martha: while president obama is on vacation, there is no vacation in the battle on health care. despite the steamy weather, the white house says that the plan will not be losing steam. >> he has faith in his team and it is time to recharge his batteries. he is happy to be here. the health-care debate is moving forward at a good clip. the president believes there is a real possibility of getting a bipartisan plan through. he will continue to work toward that end. martha: major garrett is joining us from martha's vineyard. >> too bad. martha: i just got back from cape cod myself. there was a lot of talk this week that the president must -- before this week that the president was overexposed. is there a political
information on that. >>> someone illegally shot and killed one of montana's largest grizzly bears. now officials want to hunt down the killer and they're offering a big reward to get your help. new for you in about 40 minutes. >>> so gas price, holding steady. you might have noticed that, and they could be going down in the next few weeks by a couple pennies here and there. money expert jennifer westhoven here to share the good news. >> juicy prices, then came up. definitely good news in a bad economy for drivers. the latest national average from aaa, $2.63 a gallon, down a penny from last week. okay. much better than a year ago. you might remember, i think we down around $2:50 for a while and prices creeped up, trying to go higher. analysts say it's because the refineries were trying to pass higher prices on to you, but it didn't work. good for you. people stopped buying. that sets the stage for lower prices because got a lot of supply now of unused gas. meantime, summer vacation's over. the time of year when kids go back to school. there's no more driving vacations. you might see pum
it was a moment of hope t. beatles on ed sullivan. hannah montana. you predicted. >> thanks for give manager e the credit. >> you predicted. >> there you go. >> actually, you are hopeful. >> i am. >> i get so tired of people being negative on the left and on the right and everybody saying this is the end of america as we know it. you're -- i home hopeful. you're hopeful, too. you think this reset, this fundamental reset is great for america in the long run. >> i do. it's happened before many times and taking a bit of the long view, not discounting the real pain that people feel when the moments happen and they're out of jobs but, yeah. i think it is time after a very long run in one direction to sort of sit down and get a little sane. >> a year ago i was complaining every day about the fact that we as a country had a 0% savings rate. or germany. germany had a 10% savings rate. did they -- while i was -- >> not yet. >> still wasn't. >> yeah. >> all right. i was hoping it would have kateri katerina vitt on our side. we're up to like 7%. we are healing ourselves. like you said, a lot of people in
of montana in towards north dakota could see maybe an isolated tornado, certainly some wind damage and some hail and one other spot down across parts of the southwest. arizona, california, up towards las vegas and the california river valley dealing with thunderstorms for your afternoon as well. shannon? >> thank you, rick. >>> the family of missing georgia woman christy cornwell is hoping a website and reward will help police to uncover new leads into her disappearance. the 38-year-old woman is believed to have been abducted august 11th. georgia police spent eight days looking for her before they wrapped up their search on wednesday. >>> canadian police are stepping up the search for jenkins. the hunt for 32-year-old ryan jenkins is focused on areas surrounding vancouverer and british columbiaia. the couple met in march in vegas and were married for days. >>> once a sex offender served his or her time, finding a place to live can be a challenge. one man, a registered sex offender himself has made it his mission to find homes for people just like him. joining us on the phone is r.l. young.
or montana or colorado. i think he continues to be very resolved in getting something done on this issue. the president continues to believe that the worst possible outcome is doing nothing because we know what happens when we do nothing. we know that premiums are going to continue to skyrocket, 14,000 people a day are going to lose their proper insurance, but small businesses are going to lose their ability to provide coverage. the leader of the drop the idea of covering employees or drop the number of employees that are covered. and we know that insurance companies are going to continue to discriminate based on whether or not they believe someone has a pre-existing condition or make a determination about whether someone is too sick to receive coverage. that is what doing nothing will do. the president is determined that we will do something to move this process along. >> you are probably aware that a conservative true " -- a conservative group took a shot at the president right as he was leaving for his vacation. i was wonderingpt if you have a response to that, and the larger respons
of reform. that tends to be, by the way, in those states -- wyoming, montana -- those who have gas and oil and their economy has been fairly stable through this period of downturn for the rest of the country. host: put on your hat as former supervisor of fairfax county and the work -- if you are a school administrator in me get this money, what happens in 2011 or 2012? guest: exacta. that is the concern that has been stated. they are frightened to death of the funding cliff. what happens after the stimulus dollars on out? they are concerned about retaining staff that they know they will have to let go in one year or two years. or starting programs that are going to require that level of funding and then a year or two, they will not have that level of funding. what happens then? i kentucky in the 27 years of superintendent, the worst thing you can do is start a successful program and then say, we have to stop this program because we don't have the money. it does not work well in most communities. host: percentage wise -- and i know it varies -- how much money comes from local and regional g
, from montana all the way into the -- kind of the thu k youcthank you so much. so we're looking at some cloud cover. a cold front is swinging through. you can see all that weather was brought to you by walmart. diane? >> okay. thanks so much to you, sam. >>> without nora ephron, harry would never have met sally. tom hanks would have stayed "sleepless in seattle." producer, writer, director, bringing to the screen, "julie & julia." everybody is talking about it. the story of the groundbreaking chef. the one that changed america's views of food and how to live, julia child. and one that discovered her own destiny. and spent 20 years with us on "gma." now, the director, nora ephron. we have a picture of you at the premiere, i believe. >> oh, good. i had a lot of makeup. >> all that you went through to get to the premiere, right? there it was, the big night. you said when you were cooking, julia child was your imaginary friend when you were learning how to cook yourself? >> i really learned to cook from her cook book. this is quite a long time ago. and i used to sit there, stand there, as i
hannah montana to her own breakout success, she's a star and this friday on "today" miley cyrus will be live on our plaza. a very grown up song. >> i love that. i have it on my ipod. >> coming up in this half hour, even in death one woman is banking on the value of the real estate mantra location, location, location selling the crypt above marilyn monroe. it used to belong to her husband. because she needed the money is moving her husband out of there and offering it to anyone who wants it. we'll get into that coming up. >> very sad. >> it's because of the recession. >>> also ahead, year brewe're b the rules and show you how to wear summer staples including white jeans. we'll show you how to wear floral prints through the fall with your head held high. >> who is in the mood for something sweet? >> i am. >> it's not what it sounds like. these are dumplings filled with peaches. april sure it tastes great. >> it's cool. you need to find something to do with those peaches. >> we have stephanie in for al. >> let's talk about the weather. as ladies mentioned in the northeast they're r
, nebraska, montana, north dakota. those states had democratic senators who voted for john mccain. he had to win enough of them over the get this bill to the senate. >> is it always a waste of time as paul seems to to suggest that the president could reach out and find some republicans who would work with him the him on this? >> i think he's entirely wrong. the center of gravity of american politics is not in the progressive wing, and the progressive movement is mature enough to understand that and support a president who is more liberal than conservative. if they're not mature enough, they can throttle his chances. but i do think that if the president had more shrewdly laid out his case it would have been harder to criticize it effectively. >> what you mean to say, if he would have come up with a plan instead of letting the democrats in congress come up with a plan. >> i think he allowed himself to have -- a plan with so few details, it's like a rorschach test. project everything positive on me, now they're projecting everything negative on me. >> bill clinton tried that and that didn't
. tomrow with us from montana. guys, thanks very much for your time. i appreciate it. >>> we'll continueur coverage on this story throughout morning. for now let's turn to al roker with a check of the mornins weather. >>> as we look out into the atlantic, we're keeping an eye on dutanceig rht nowbo 350 miles that's just north of the hispaniola. tr course this could become a icopde prprsi, a t a storm. moving right n west-northwest m 20iles per hour. still too ear to figure the track. some models bring it along the eastern seaboard over the weekend. a big potent rainker. also making a lot of rain right now, big storm system getting itself tother, kansas, into missouri, >>> good morning a. clear sky off to work and school this wednesday morning with temperatures in the 60s in the rural areas. near 70 in the nearby suburbs as well as in washington and near the bay. highs today reaching near 90 degrees, and we'll have lots of sun, a little more humid. tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy at times and cooler, a front coming through in the morning ushering in cooler air. and friday and saturday de
ladies, one from montana, one from michigan. >> let's figure them out first. mary fitzgerald is the first woman you guys selected. she's from deborn, michigan. she is 61 years old. she's a single mom, she has two daughters and twograndds. he has had two triple bypass surgeries and three het attacks. she takes ication caused her to lose a lot of her hair. she wears a wig and she's here with her daughter. let's taka listen to her story. >> i know you really want your mother to have this. >> yes, i do. my mother's been sick for a very long time and all the medines that she takes has made her hair very thin. she hasn't found a silist that can cut and color her hair sot doesn't look thin. she recently bought a wig and i want her to be able to take it off. >> i know you are apprehensive about taking off the wig. are you okay to do this? o, oh, yeah, no problem at all. surprise! >> i promise you, we willtake great care of you. no more wig, we are going to make you look beautiful. are you ready to go? >> yeah, thank you. >> wow, that was brave. were excited to see her. she's threi w her daughter
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